Share your noise troubleshooting experience and win our coffee prize!

At MCI, we know that electrical noise in an electrophysiology setup is a recurring source of frustration for every researcher. Firstly, the amplitude and frequency of electrical noise vary greatly depending on its source and this can impact negatively on your data. In addition, we have all heard of various equipment that can impact on and enhance electrical noise, such as mobile phones, radios, centrifuges, water baths, perfusion systems, and many others.

There are so many other sources that noise can originate from and when combined with hours of troubleshooting, it can create a feeling of helplessness. Help the electrophysiology community & tell us about your previous experiences. Tell us about your previous experiences and you could be the lucky winner of our monthly coffee prize, to ensure not only your rig’s efficiency, but also yours. Good luck!

The MCI Team

Please note: The winner’s name will be drawn at random once a month and announced on social media shortly after the prize draw. We respect your privacy and your contact details will only be used to email you if you win our coffee prize. We will publish the survey results on our social media in due course however no names / identification will be used in the publication of the results.

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* 1. Which part on your rig causes the most noise?

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* 2. What is the strangest noise source you have ever encountered?

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* 3. Have you had a particularly memorable noise troubleshooting experience? Please share it with the community!

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* 4. If you would like to be included in our monthly coffee prize draw, please fill in your full name, university / company name and email address. Thank you.